Monday, June 25, 2012

Activists "Middle Finger" Ronald Reagan at the White House Calling Him a Murderous ...

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As the battle for marriage continues to escalate, we are being inundated with messages of love, inclusiveness and so-called "equality."

The other side of that coin, however, shows a more malicious, rancor and dark side.

As you have likely heard, President Obama invited his evolved LGBT constituency to the White House last week to celebrate "their month."

Zoe Strauss, a Philadelphia photographer, waved 2 middle fingers at the official President Ronald Reagan portrait, took a picture and posted it on Facebook---then removed it from her page.

Matty Hart, national director of public engagement at Solutions for Progress, did the same. He then told the Philly Post Reagan "was a murderous fool." And said he didn't care if he wasn't invited back.

Other incidents of pictures with President Bush's portrait happened as well.

And these folks are leaders and spokespersons for their movement. With influence worthy of an invitation to the White House from the President of the United States.

All this happened at an event in which President Obama told his friends that he would be their "fellow advocate."

The President also said he and Michelle "have made up our minds" on marriage equality.

I suspect this would fall under the campaign slogan of,  "FORWARD."

Two thoughts.

  1. Have you ever heard of any conservative or Christian gesturing their middle finger at the portrait of any Presidential portrait in the White House, regardless of how much they may disagree with certain policies? Much less taking a picture and publicizing their action?
  2. How is it that conservatives and Christians who stand for natural marriage, are always labeled by these folks as "hateful," "bigoted" and opposed to inclusiveness and so-called "equality?"

There is much more than generally meets the eye behind the campaign to redefine marriage.

It is a spiritual, not political or social battle.

May God help us.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.